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October 23rd, 2003 11:55 PM
Im sure if the 1500 Iraqi and 3800 Afghanistani civilians who died during US invasions were alive today, they would disagree with you clintonsucks...
October 23rd, 2003 10:53 PM
I like Bush too. (but not the pres) :D
Anyway, he is only here for 24 hours. Just enough time for our PM to pucker up and kiss his arse.
October 22nd, 2003 05:21 AM
Another one is Aventails EX-1500 . I have used it and it is very good.
Nokia I believe also have a VPN solution, but I havnt looked into it with any great depth. Here is a quick link to their VPN...
October 14th, 2003 10:57 PM
Well it is really dependant on what is being firewalled. In an enterprise firewall setup (segregating networks/subnets etc...), I personally dont mind allowing icmp requests through, as long as there...
October 13th, 2003 06:35 AM
If anyone is interested in Network Probes/Protocol Analysers, I just got sent the following link to a nice looking freebie..
Runs on Windows NT/2K/XP/2003, Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, Mac OS X.
October 10th, 2003 01:26 AM
It amazes me the stupidity of some people. Emailling yourself keystrokes....it would be like leaving a business card after you've robbed a bank!!
If I was the judge, I would add on a few extra...
October 9th, 2003 04:37 AM
Got a bit of a laugh from this site. First we had the Iraqi Information Minister, and now one for Arnie.
I especially like the hat being sold written on it:
October 9th, 2003 02:11 AM
One for the Star Wars fans and Unix admins.....
October 7th, 2003 06:16 AM
A few things....
Firstly, why do you need a copy of the rulesets if you are doing a penetration test? (A typical hacker (who you are minicking during your "penetration test": does not have this...
October 6th, 2003 11:09 PM
Have a read of Kevin Mitniks book "The Art of Deception".
Although I totally disagree with Mitniks actions and happy he did some time, I found his book rather interesting. If you want to read...
October 1st, 2003 01:28 AM
Personally, I dont rely on the iana port listings to determine what is responsible for opening ports on a host. I prefer finding out what application is opening these ports.
For example, if you...
September 30th, 2003 02:51 AM
I got sent this link today and found it a rather interesting read.
Click here to read more.
September 25th, 2003 04:39 AM
There are also a few good t-shirts at Thinkgeek
Some of my personal favs are:
There's no place like 127.0.0.1
Scan My Network and Die
September 25th, 2003 03:42 AM
groovicus, that would be the bootp protocol passing on to your machine your DHCP info...
September 23rd, 2003 05:24 AM
Hey Nightfalls_Girl, your post pretty much described my weekend!!
Beers, BBQ's and Footy.... :drink:
September 17th, 2003 06:49 AM
You might also want to assess the "less fun" security aspects of the company.
As already previously stated, check out the companies security policies/standards/procedural documets etc...
September 17th, 2003 03:21 AM
I think that if you have the permission of the owners of the infrasturucture you can basically go to town!! But just be sure that you dont DOS any of their machines.
Before you start, get a good...
September 15th, 2003 11:34 PM
Some quick things off the top of my head.
1. Most importantly, put a fair bit of time in developing all of your security policies and standards. If you think you need one...write one!
September 12th, 2003 03:14 AM
Your ISP may be filtering incoming echo request packets from the world...that may explain it.
September 12th, 2003 02:04 AM
I think that these are echo-request icmp requests...is you r machine setup to reply to these requests? If so...are you seeing any incoming requests on port 135 from the same hosts?
September 11th, 2003 05:57 AM
I have seen point 15 happen a few times...
September 11th, 2003 04:07 AM
I certainly got a laugh out of this one...and the sad thing is, I can relate to a lot of it!!!!
The tribal wisdom of the Dakota Indians,...
September 10th, 2003 01:06 AM
Firstly...hello again to all AO'ers..Havent posted for quite some time now.
I would run a security scanner on the box like Nikto to test the security of the webserver, and to check the security of...
August 20th, 2003 09:43 PM
we are finding about 2-3 machines per day for the last 4 or 5 days. All mgrs with laptops....hmmm...starting to see a pattern now...:)
August 18th, 2003 01:13 AM
ps -ef | grep <username>
There should be an entry like:
<username> 6666 2222 0 00:00 00:00:00 /usr/sbin/ftpd
and kill the PID: